Deadly Home Explosion 'Not Likely' Accidental, Police Say

A New Hampshire police officer was shot dead before the home was leveled by an explosion.
1:23 | 05/13/14

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As the attorney general indicated at this time. Members of the ATF and the fire marshals in the state police continue to comb what was once that residents. To say that is completely. Devastated is an understatement. They have estimated that they will be there at least. Through Friday if not longer the first quarter of business will to ensure that that house is safe. Solos that are they are can go through that house and find whatever evidence is still there there could answer further questions. Any idea what. That's why ATF and the fire marshals -- there that was not able to be ascertained classmate as I indicated they will work diligently to find those answers Byron because. Fires. This same answer that -- that's part of what's being determined today. You know I think that based on what we saw accident it was probably not likely. We understand that this is a new community gets here -- propane is what is heating source in the courtroom source for a number of the residents I think that. That is one area that they will they will look at his probe.

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